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Eye wrinkles

With eye wrinkles, a distinction is made between those that radiate from the outer corner of the eye (sometimes called 'crow's feet'), and those that develop in the region of the lower eyelid. Crow's feet are mimic wrinkles caused by the muscles of facial expression, while creases in the lower eyelid are mostly due to loss of elasticity in the connective tissue and excess skin.
More information on the treatment of wrinkles can be found here: Wrinkle Treatment.

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